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Old 01-31-2009, 07:10 PM   #1
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LXer: Firefox Add-Ons: Addictive Browsing Enhancers


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If there is one Web addiction that I have not been able to tame, it's collecting add-ons for Firefox. I currently have 43 add-ons actively running in my browser, and I have an additional two that I use in Thunderbird. As a staple of the Web experience, browsers have come a long way. When Firefox began allowing developers to create add-on applications, browser usability was greatly improved.

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